Well, I know it would hinder mine. Not to mention that that many carbs in the morning, or even at one sitting, would throw my body off. Generally insulin levels are highest in the morning and decrease throughout the day. Bodies will have more of a response to carbs in the morning as opposed to evening. That is the reason why many diabetics will restrict carb consumption more agressively in the morning than evening. I know I do better when I spread my carb consumption out through the day, and not take too much in at one sitting. Especially breakfast.
Besides that, almond butter and dark chocolate (while delicious) does not supply a person with many nutrients for the calorie buck. I would not worry about the cream too much, but why choose to start your day off with something that does not carry much nutritional weight? Dark chocolate does contain sugar, so that would not be a great idea for primal breakfast.
If you don't like the idea of eating in the morning,then don't eat. Wait until you are hungry.
If you do want a meal, make it a solid one. Eggs and sauteed veggies, bacon or sausage. Heck, even a bowl of chicken soup would be better nutritionally for your body. If you want something lighter, greek yogurt and fruit, or veggies for that matter. If regularity is an issue, make sure that the meal contains a decent amount of fiber (veggies or coconut) and healthy fats.